YOUR studioELL DONATION IS NOW TAX DEDUCTIBLE!*
Your generous gift will help sustain our community programs such as studioVISIT and @HOME Residency and allow us to fund our scholarship program which helps support artists who may not be able to afford full course fees. Personal donations and sales from our FLATFILE program are the primary contributors to our scholarship program fund. No amount is too small. As a community organization we rely on all levels of support to bring the best in art education and art experience to all.
Since our inception in August 2015, studioELL has hosted 250 enrolled artists in over 40 courses, hosted numerous events throughout the United States and London, UK, partnered with 10 professors, invited 9 visiting artists and provided over 10,000 USD in scholarship funding. Our efforts to partner with other organizations have connected studioELL with over 125 additional artists. We continue to look for collaborative community organizations and groups, in an effort to provide further points of access and agency.
studioELL LLC is an artist run social enterprise and is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of studioELL must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
*Purchases from FLATFILE are not tax deductible. Only donations made to and through Fractured Atlas are tax-deductible.
To send a donation by check please follow these steps:
01. Make check out to “Fractured Atlas“
02. Write “studioELL” in the memo line
03. Email us for our current “sent to” address
Feel free to email us with questions about how we fund specific programs or any other information regarding donations, including sending a donation via money transfer.
Thank you for your support!
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
“Most artists consider themselves lifelong learners and yet we rarely get the opportunity to hone our best practices. Having found studioELL is exciting because now I have a new tool to help me evolve as an artist.”— Melissa, Memphis, TN